What, you haven’t knew about Matthew Espinosa? Nor had I, until I sat in a theater brimming with shouting, chuckling young ladies vigorously suspecting a screening of “Be Somebody,” Mr. Espinosa’s harmless first element, coordinated by Joshua Caldwell. Mr. Espinosa, not exactly 19, is a nonsinging Justin Bieber resemble the other alike and a Magcon kid. What, you don’t have the foggiest idea about the Magcon young men? They’re youthful online networking stars, best known through Vine, who make safe recordings and pull in the previously stated vocal army of admirers.
Here he plays Jordan Jaye, a pop vocalist choking under the requests of his director mother, marketing specialist and different handlers. Going AWOL from his visit, furnished with just his hoodie and skateboard, he meets Emily (Sarah Jeffery), a secondary school craftsmanship understudy going for a New York vocation.